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Established in 1953, Strathfield Girls High provides a complete,
comprehensive education for all students, and has an 85 per cent
English-as-a-second-language (ESL) student population.

Facilities: Tennis court, hockey field, basketball courts, assembly
hall, modern library with study centres and audio-visual areas, excellent
technology facilities.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Technology and Applied Studies, Visual
Arts, Commerce, French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Music, Drama, Computing Studies,
Sports Science, Work Studies.

Electives Years 11 and 12: French, Japanese, Italian, Chinese,
Physics, Chemistry, Science, Biology, Mathematics, Business Studies, Legal
Studies, Ancient History, Modern History, Economics, Visual Arts, Music, Food Technology,
Textiles and Design, PD/Health/PE, Drama, Family and Community Studies, Society
and Culture, Studies of Religion, Information Processes and Technology,
Hospitality Operations, Visual Design Elements, Business Services, Retail and
Business Studies.

Sport: Both traditional and recreational sports are offered.

Extracurricular activities: There is good scope for musical
interests, with a 50-piece symphony orchestra, a band, a woodwind ensemble and
drama ensembles.

Welfare and personal development: There are five ESL teachers and a
strong welfare system including peer support, an active SRC and a personal
development program catering to the special needs of students.

Special features: The school achieves excellent academic results and
there is a great demand for enrolment. It has special programs for students
from non-English-speaking backgrounds.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1100 students
Fees: Free (Government School)
02 9746******* 02 9746 6990
02 9746******* 02 9746 3517
Address 116–146 Albert Road, Strathfield 2135
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